Looks like the camera is correctly handled by USB, but no driver is claiming the device (and it is the driver loading which creates the “
/dev/video#” device special file). Normally any USB camera which is a “standard” USB video class (“UVC”) will always have a driver available, and only cameras using a non-generic/custom driver would have any issue with this.
If the camera is a “UVC” device, then the driver should automatically be there and load and create the “
To find out more about the device, which your screenshot shows as “
idVendor=046d”, and “
idProduct=0825”, you can use “
lsusb” with the option to list only that vendor/product:
lsusb -d 0825:046d'. To get the full verbose listing: sudo lsusb -d 0825:046d -vvv`
Post the output of the verbose
lsusb. If this shows as a non-UVC device, then this explains the lack of the device special file. If this is UVC, then perhaps more can be done to get this working. I am convinced this is not an issue specific to a Jetson, but perhaps there is some workaround required for this kernel release.